NEXT UP: Everything that Rises Must Converge!

Directed by Karin Coonrod, this adaptation of Flannery O'Connor's short story is a compelling storytelling piece exploring race relations in Georgia in 1963. We will be performing in New York, New Haven and Chicago at a range of venues including the Manhattan Department of Corrections. 

Performances Open to the Public: 

Chicago (Sep. 20 at 7pm and Sep. 21 at 2pm at the Newhart Family Theater, Loyola University)

New Haven (Sep. 27 at St. Marquand Chapel)

New York (Sep. 28 at Fordham University)

Summer in Siberia!

I've just come back from an adventurous summer in Russia, where I was serving as a teaching assistant for Princeton's Global Seminar in Moscow. During my stay there, I ventured all the way out to Magadan on Russia's Northeastern coast to carry out further research on Gulag Theater. Excited to be back in NYC with some new projects on the horizon. Stay tuned! 

The REEL Deal!

With guidance from VO Lady Extraordinaire Vanessa Lemonides, I've put together a host of new Voiceover Reels. Check em out! 




MADMAN is coming to Princeton!!

After a sold-out run Off-Broadway in the United Solo Festival, for which Jake was awarded "Best Emerging Actor," he's bringing the show to Princeton University on February 16th and 17th!

Shows are February 16th at 2 & 8pm and February 17th at 8pm in Whitman Theater

For Tickets: online at tickets.princeton.edu or call (609) 258-9220 or pick them up at the Frist or Roth Box Offices

MADMAN Opens to Rave Reviews and Sold Out Shows!

With our first two shows sold out, MADMAN is officially a Festival bestseller and was granted a third show on October 17 at 9pm!

The show has been selected as an All About Solo Critic's Choice and has received two glowing Five Star reviews!

Nadia Ascencio writes: "I have not witnessed as powerful a performance in a solo work since John Leguizamo’s masterpiece, “Mambo Mouth.” Mr. Robertson’s brave willingness to share his story is the stuff that true art is made of."


=Austin Kaiser writes: "See this play if you like tight acting and story. It’s a feat for Jake and a treat for us."


My longtime creative partner Adam Mastroianni and I have a new podcast, and I voice over 50 characters! Part mystery, part absurdist satire, The Sound of Liberty follows two estranged brothers trying to unravel the mystery of their missing grandfather, and the only clues lie in the old tapes of a Cold War-era American propaganda radio show. The meat of the show feels like an old-timey radio drama with modern jokes. It's got heart and laughs and a horse who can do math.

My Off-Broadway Debut!

I am honored to join the cast of Babette's Feast at Theatre at St. Clement's as the Understudy for Players 3, 4, 5 & 6!


This heartwarming storytelling piece is a New York Magazine Critic's Pick and was nominated for Most Unique Theatrical Experience by the Off-Broadway Alliance Awards


Very excited to announce that I am now a member of Actor's Equity!

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